When visiting the mall, please ensure you follow the latest government guidelines available here.
We would also like to remind our customers that;
- Government advice continues to recommend wearing a face covering while in crowded areas.
- We want everyone to feel safe and welcome while shopping with us, so please respect other people’s space.
- Some stores may request that you continue to follow specific guidance, use face coverings, or limit entries. Please respect these requests for the wellbeing of staff and other shoppers.
We want to reassure you that the wellbeing of our staff and visitors is our priority. We continue to provide hand sanitisers at the lift lobbies. If you have any concerns, we recommend you contact the stores you wish to visit ahead of travelling and consider visiting away from peak times. Retail stores are generally quietest before 11am and after 4pm.
The Old George Mall team
The public toilets are located opposite the mall’s car park, adjacent to the entrance of Marks & Spencer.
The safety of our customers, colleagues and retailers is our number one priority. The mall and cleaning teams will follow a strict hygiene regime and offer any assistance our customers require.
We’d also like to remind any customers visiting us to please remember to wear a face covering.
Here at Old George Mall, we are proud to be a pillar within the Salisbury community. We work closely with a number of local organisations to ensure your visit to Salisbury is an enjoyable one
Salisbury Cathedral is an iconic building engrained in the history of the city. The building itself truly reflects the grandeur and craftsmanship of those who constructed it in medieval times. One of the four locations in the world, Salisbury Cathedral plays host to the best-preserved original manuscript of the Magna Carta, originally signed in 1215.
A must visit to say the least, we recommend that you allow between 1.5-3 hours when visiting this crown jewel of Salisbury, however you can see the highlights in 45 minutes if strapped for time.
The Salisbury BID is an independent, not-for-profit organisation, nominated by local businesses to support them. The BID team work tirelessly to provide local events in the city, including the much-anticipated Christmas markets. Over and above the glitz and glam, the BID team produce all local print media, including maps of the city as well as ensuring the city is clean, safe and welcoming to all those visiting.
Looking for where to shop, eat or what’s on in the city centre? Experience Salisbury is your best go-to friend when planning your trip!
Old George Mall is a great place to work, whether you’re looking for part-time or full-time opportunities.
With an excellent selection of 40 retail units, Old George Mall is the destination for busy shoppers looking for great retail stores, a place to eat or somewhere to relax.
Steeped in history, Old George Mall dates back to the fourteenth century. The shopping centre today still has many of its original historic features and is a historical pillar in the City of Salisbury. Whether you are visiting for the day or staying a little longer, Salisbury is sure to excite whilst you soak up its history.
Old George Mall Timeline
Old George Inn built. It was first recorded as owned in 1320.
Trade at the Old George Inn suffers with the outbreak of the Black Death.
William Shakespeare and his players stayed at the Inn en route to Wilton. It is believed they rehearsed “As You Like It” in the gardens of the Inn where Old George Mall now stands.
1616 – 1623
The ground floor of the building becomes a city school. The council soon move the school, preferring the Old George Inn to host dramatics and amusements.
Oliver Cromwell stayed a night at the Inn.
Writer of one of the most famous diaries of all time, Samuel Pepys stayed at the Inn.
The building was used for meetings of the Corporation Commission.
1760 – 1858
The Inn changed its use to private dwellings.
Charles Dickens visits the Old George Inn where it’s believed he wrote part of “Martine Chuzzlewit.”
The building was reverted back to an Inn by the new owner J. Trowbridge. The industrial revolution and the increasing popularity of the Cathedral as a tourist attraction ensured good business for the Inn.
A fire broke out resulting in an effort to restore the building’s roof and floor as well as part of the modernising part of the interior.
The fascinating and historic Old George Inn is now home to the Boston Tea Party.
For more information about leasing vacant units at Old George Mall, please contact our dedicated leasing agents:
020 7399 0615
020 7399 0615
Interested in doing a pop-up shop within one of our units? Contact Arnold Catterall on [email protected]
Here at Old George Mall we value your thoughts, suggestions and comments regarding all aspects of your visit.
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